[Juser] expired certificate
stpeter at stpeter.im
Mon Dec 17 22:13:43 UTC 2012
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Yeah, I was wondering about whether to choose SHA-256 when I obtained
the certificate. I'll look into requesting a new cert with SHA-1
instead, and discuss that with the rest of the admin team.
Thanks for the feedback.
On 12/17/12 2:24 PM, Aragon wrote:
> SHA-256 is the problem here. My current OS is so old that SHA-256
> is not supported yet. It's not a problem with my client, it's the
> jabber.no-sense.net server.
> I'm currently in the process of moving the jabber server to a new,
> modern system but it will take a week or two until the move can be
> I know it's a lot to ask but would it be possible for you to allow
> SHA-1 again for a few more weeks? I have about 100 active users,
> many of them have contacts in jabber.org who can not reach their
> contacts at the moment.
> Thanks in advance.
> Regards, Eric.
> On 17-Dec-12 22:18, Peter Saint-Andre wrote: On 12/17/12 1:53 PM,
> Kip Warner wrote:
>>>> On Sun, 2012-12-16 at 12:24 -0700, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>>>> The jabber.org certificate expired. We'll update it today
>>>>> or tomorrow.
>>>> Thanks Peter.
> New certificate installed. It seems to be working fine with most
> IM clients. I have experienced a problem connecting with Psi 0.15,
> perhaps because I requested a more advanced security hashing
> algorithm (SHA-256 instead of SHA-1). However, neither Adium 1.5.4
> nor Swift 2.0rc1 reports a problem. If the IM client you are using
> continues to report a security issue, please let us know on the
> juser at jabber.org list.
> -- Peter Saint-Andre https://stpeter.im/
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